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About this game

Don powered armor as you take on terrorists and eldritch aliens in the not too distant future! Modify your armor to suit your needs and stand tall against your foes.

"Magikiras" is a 1,100,000-word interactive novel by Gabriel Chia, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based--without graphics or sound effects--and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

• A 1,100,000-word story that takes place in a near future where magic and technology exists side by side.
• Choose your team and your enemy for different sides of the same story.
• Play as a normal soldier or one with magic at their command.
• Modify your powered armor to better suit your needs and preference.
Updated on
Sep 6, 2023

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

639 reviews
Gingervitis 33
May 16, 2020
I've read many interactive books and this one doesn't really measure up. Some scenes are too dragged out and it doesn't really seem to draw you in to the world as most books I have read have. Most of these I finish in two to three days and this one is taking longer because I don't feel a strong connection to it. However the customizability of your Magikiras unit is amazing and I love it. Also the company is very strategic and the combination of those two and some decent writing earn it 4/5
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A Google user
May 28, 2019
I rather enjoy the story, but for all of the choices you have it feels quite linear. That would be okay if the ending wasn't so underwhelming. I have no issue with an abrupt ending, but this just seems like the author lost interest and then admitted to as much. I am also not sure where the 1.1 million word count comes from, but that is not correct even when taking every choice into account. I thought I was missing something, so I checked the scene files, but there wasn't more to be found.
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A Google user
November 29, 2019
I find it very irritating that no matter what choices I make, I can't seem to win the very first training exercise of capture the flag. Being forced to fail something has always pissed me off in games, because I feel like you should always have the option to succeed if you approach something correctly. I understand failing something intelligence based if you're built entirely for brute force, but something like the training exercise should be winnable.
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